Adaptive Fashion is clothing that makes getting dressed and functioning easier for people with disabilities. The disability community is diverse in need so adaptive fashion is innovative garments and design that is assessable and now fashionable. Top clothing lines like Tommy Hilfiger have worked to create lines of adaptive clothing that are classic, professional and stylish, So has Asos and Nike.

Now Adaptive Fashion comes to Miami Swim Week, the sexiest fashion week in the world.

Adaptive Fashion makes a fun sultry twist the new swim line by Keisha Greives called Girls Chronically Rock.

At age 24 Keisha Greaves was diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy – at which point, her life changed forever. Rather than be bogged down by her diagnosis, Keisha decided to channel her energy into celebrating those with Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses. Thus began Girls Chronically Rock and the founding of her other nonprofits: The GCR Adaptive Project and the Trust Your Abilities Nonprofit for People of Color.

Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Girls Chronically Rock supports individuals in the disability community through inspiring and adaptive tees, hoodies, accessories, and swimwear.
 Girls Chronically Rock has a mission to help them get dressed more easily and feel more confident. Shoppers want brands that make them feel confident in their clothes, apparel companies have an incentive to make adaptive designs with the potential to empower people with disabilities.  Disabled people constitute the largest minority group in the world, yet tend to be underrepresented. Keisha Greives understands that and is making a difference. The beautiful thing that the designs are stylish on top of everything. This summer Miami Swim Week will see its first Adaptive Swimwear on the runway. Girls Chronically Rock !